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I have a site with a lot of links that look like /click.php_id=602_from=139_to=42_url=1.html. I'd like to setup a redirect using .htaccess file(s) to have links that look like /click.php?id=602&from=139&to=42&url=1. But how would I do that?

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I've never used .htaccess (don't forget to permit .htaccess to actually rewrite requests), but in Apache's conf it would be more or less like this:

RewriteRule /click.php_id=([0-9]+)_from=([0-9]+)_to=([0-9]+)_url=([0-9]+)\.html$ /click.php?id=$1&from=$2&to=$3&url=$4

you need to check my syntax, I just typed this from memory

  • it doesnt work( – tr ust Jan 12 '18 at 19:59
  • thanks a lot, all good RewriteRule ^click\.php_id=([0-9]+)_from=([0-9]+)_to=([0-9]+)_url=([0-9]+)\.html$ /click\.php?id=$1&from=$2&to=$3&url=$4 [R=301,L] its true – tr ust Jan 12 '18 at 20:17
  • I see, because a .htaccess is always in a folder, the leading slash in `/click.php' should be dropped.. One is never too old to learn. – Gerard H. Pille Jan 12 '18 at 21:27

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